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Zero-Turn / Pro-Master 200 XDZ
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Pro-Master

Professional power and precision, the Pro-Master zero-turn mower gives you commercial-grade performance with the efficiency of zero-turn technology. It’s tough. It’s easy to use. It’s versatile. And without question, you’ll be the master of every landscape.

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Features
Pivoting Front Axle

Pivoting Front Axle

Lockable and floating front axle easily adjusts to uneven terrain for superior operator comfort
Hydrostatic Hydro-Gear

Hydrostatic Hydro-Gear

The Hydrostatic Hydro-Gear 21cc pump provides silky smooth response and operation with the ability to go 13 mph in effortless fashion
High-Back Seat

High-Back Seat

Lounge in a high-back seat with armrests designed to minimize fatigue and provide all-day cutting comfort
Professional Power

Professional Power

The 27hp Kawasaki® FX engine touts a heavy-duty canister air cleaner to optimize performance in all conditions
Peace of Mind

Peace of Mind

7-Gauge fabricated deck with 1/4-inch spindle reinforcement provides professional grade cut quality, with side or rear discharge deck options
Specifications
ModelDeck SizeEngine ManufacturerEngine RatingDrive SystemFuel CapactiyGround SpeedAcres/HR
99221760"Kawasaki® FX Air-cooled V-Twin27 HP/852 CC21cc Pump with Parker® 18 c.i. Wheel Motors13.4 gal (50.72 L)13/6 mph (21/ 10 km/h)7.9
99221960"Kawasaki® FX Air-cooled V-Twin27 HP/852 CC21cc Pump with Parker® 18 c.i. Wheel Motors13.4 gal (50.72 L)13/6 mph (21/ 10 km/h)7.9
Reviews

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Gravely Pro-Master 200 Zero Turn Mower
 
4.7

(based on 32 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

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This will be my third season with the mower. It is exceptional. It always starts and consistently cuts the grass at the correct height, even at maximum speed. We have five acres that...Read complete review

This will be my third season with the mower. It is exceptional. It always starts and consistently cuts the grass at the correct height, even at maximum speed. We have five acres that we mow. The speed of the mower has reduced my cutting time by 50%. I have more time for other projects. Servicing is easy. Changing the oil is simple and not messy. Nothing has shaken loose on the machine. I check it often and have not had any service issues. BTW, the ride is very comfortable. I like stretching out while I mow and listen to my iPod. This is my 2nd Gravely Zero Turn. We use both, but the Pro-Master is much easier to use. My wife is not imitated to use it. There is nothing like coming home and, surprise, the yard is mowed.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Commercially used 260

We have 2 Gravely zero turn mowers a 260 and a 266 and they mow approximately 60 acres of residential and commercial property a week. They do a great job of mowing, the high...Read complete review

We have 2 Gravely zero turn mowers a 260 and a 266 and they mow approximately 60 acres of residential and commercial property a week. They do a great job of mowing, the high tip speed of the blades mow great and on the occasions when the grass gets long they spread it out to minimize clumping. The features are only average nothing thrilling. As far as value yes they are cheaper than some of the more known zero turns but I guess you get what you pay for. during the 2 year warranty the parking brake had to be replaced on each one of them for some reason one decided to eat belts, then the clutch froze which caused a fire these are just some of the more serious problems we have experienced. and now with warranty expired another brake has failed and needs to be repaired. Design is only fair I sometimes wonder why it was built the way it was. I would not recommend this mower for commercial use however maybe for a home owner it would be ok as I said it does do a nice job mowing.

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5.0

I have a 1995 promaster 200 and have never had any problems

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from Florence SC

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Pros

  • Adjustable Cut-Lengths
  • Easy to Push & Steer

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    Best Uses

    • Landscaping
    • Large Lawns
    • Mulching
    • Small Lawns

    Comments about Gravely Pro-Master 200 Zero Turn Mower:

    Best lawnmower I've ever had. I also use a cyclone rake with this mower to clean yards with. Very strong!

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      5.0

      Both effective and efficient.

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      from Troy, VA

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      Comments about Gravely Pro-Master 200 Zero Turn Mower:

      After delivery, the dealer drove my 13 year old 260 onto his trailer.

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      5.0

      Promaster 260z

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      Comments about Gravely Pro-Master 200 Zero Turn Mower:

      I own a gravely promaster 260 (2009 model). It is on of the best mowers I ever owned for value and performance. The pivoting front end makes a huge difference on hills and rough terrain. Plus you have the added feature of locking the front end and having a ridgid front like most other commercial mowers, the cut quality and the build of the mower is top notch. I would recommend the promaster to any serious landscaper.

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      4.0

      design flaws

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      from nd

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      Comments about Gravely Pro-Master 200 Zero Turn Mower:

      well over all the 260 is fine but if you have one with the front ribbed tires . buyer beware. i mow from side to side and the front tire on the left side packs the grass down and the deck doesnt create enough vacuum and well in a nut shell you either leave a stripe or you cant use all 60'' every pass i think i was only getting the preformance of a 52'' deck because of the wide ribbed tire on the front of these mowers . i believe the tires are the problem. because i have seen othere gravely mowers with the 60'' deck and with smooth front tires mow just as nice as can be.

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      2.0

      Commercially used 260

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      from northwest Minnesota

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      Comments about Gravely Pro-Master 200 Zero Turn Mower:

      We have 2 Gravely zero turn mowers a 260 and a 266 and they mow approximately 60 acres of residential and commercial property a week. They do a great job of mowing, the high tip speed of the blades mow great and on the occasions when the grass gets long they spread it out to minimize clumping. The features are only average nothing thrilling. As far as value yes they are cheaper than some of the more known zero turns but I guess you get what you pay for. during the 2 year warranty the parking brake had to be replaced on each one of them for some reason one decided to eat belts, then the clutch froze which caused a fire these are just some of the more serious problems we have experienced. and now with warranty expired another brake has failed and needs to be repaired. Design is only fair I sometimes wonder why it was built the way it was. I would not recommend this mower for commercial use however maybe for a home owner it would be ok as I said it does do a nice job mowing.

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